Biography of Professor Attila Bonyár

  Dr. Attila Bonyár is an associate professor and head of the Nanotechnology laboratory at the Department of Electronics Technology, Faculty of Electronics Engineering and Informatics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He has two M.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering (2009) and biomedical engineering (2011), a Ph.D. (2014), and habilitation (2021) in electrical engineering. His current research activities are focused on the development of optical biosensor technologies utilizing plasmonics, low-dimensional nanomaterials, nanocomposites and nanometrology.

  He co-authored more than 120 publications, including 50 journal papers. In the past decade, he received best/excellent paper/presentation awards at various (mostly IEEE) conferences 10 times. He was elected to serve in the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS) Electron Devices and Electronics Technology Scientific Committee for two terms (in 2017 and in 2021).

  He is the chair for IEEE NTC Nanopackaging Technical Committee (since 2022, co-chair since 2020) and actively serves in many other international committees in elected/volunteer positions. He is a Steering Committee member for two regional IEEE conferences (IEEE-SIITME, International Symposium for Design and Technology in Electronics Packaging, since 2014 and IEEE-ISSE, International Spring Seminar on Electronics Technology, since 2017). Since 2019 he is the chair of the IEEE Hungary&Romania EPS&NTC Joint Chapter. He also serves IEEE NTC as a regional chapter coordinator in R8. Besides IEEE, he is a Technical Committee member for the Eurosensors conference series since 2016.